Oxford University Press

9780193531093

The New Church Anthem Book

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    • Editor: Lionel Dakers
    • Instrumentation: SATB Choir
    • Work Languages: English, Latin
    • ISBN: 978-0-19-353109-3
    • Size: 7.1 x 10.0 inches
    • Pages: 592

    The definitive collection of 100 anthems, mostly for SATB voices, from Tudor times to the present day, including favorites from each period, and lesser-known pieces. Keyboard reductions are included for unaccompanied music, and organ accompaniments are always practical.

    * Arcadelt: Haec dies
    * Arcadelt: O Lord, my God, to thee
    * Aston: So they gave their bodies
    * Attwood: Come, Holy Ghost
    * Attwood: Turn thy face from my sins
    * Bach: Awake, thou wintry earth
    * Bach: Jesu, joy of man's desiring
    * Bach: Jesu, lead my footsteps ever
    * Bach: King of glory, King of peace
    * Bach: Subdue us by Thy goodness
    * Bairstow: The day draws on with golden light
    * Bairstow: Jesu, the very thought of thee
    * Bairstow: Though I speak with the tongues of men
    * Bourgeois: O gladsome light, O grace
    * Bruckner: Locus iste
    * Byrd: Ave verum corpus
    * Byrd: Sacerdotes Domini
    * Carter: Mary's Magnificat
    * Carter: O Lord, open thou our lips
    * Crotch: Comfort, O Lord, the soul of thy servant
    * Drese: Round me falls the night
    * Eccard: When to the temple Mary went
    * Elgar: Ave verum corpus
    * Farrant: Call to remembrance
    * Farrant: Hide not thou thy face
    * Farrant: Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake
    * Ford: Almighty God, which has me brought
    * Gardiner: Evening Hymn
    * Gibbons: Almighty and everlasting God
    * Gibbons: Drop, drop, slow tears
    * Gibbons: This is the record of John
    * Goss: If we believe
    * Goss: God so loved the world
    * Goss: O Saviour of the world
    * Greene: Thou visitest the earth
    * Handel: Lord, I trust thee
    * Handel: Zadok the Priest
    * Harris: Come down, O Love divine
    * Harris: Holy is the true light
    * Holst: Turn back O Man
    * How: Praise, O praise
    * Howells: My eyes for beauty pine
    * John IV: Crux fidelis
    * Joubert: O Lorde, the maker of al thing
    * Lassus: Super flumina Babylonis
    * Leighton: Solus ad victimam
    * Ley: Lo, round the throne a glorious band
    * Ley: The strife is o'er
    * Loosemore: O Lord, increase our faith
    * Marchant: The souls of the righteous
    * Mathias: Salve regina
    * Mendelssohn: Above all praise
    * Mendelssohn: When Jesus, our Lord
    * Moore: Antiphon
    * Morgan: A Palm Sunday Antiphon
    * Morley: Nolo mortem peccatoris
    * Mozart: Ave verum corpus
    * Mudd: Let thy merciful ears, O Lord
    * Munday: O Lord, the maker of all things
    * Oxley: My shepher d is Lord
    * Palestrina: Adoramus te, Christe
    * Palestrina: Salvator mundi
    * Parry: My soul, there is a country
    * Phillips: Surgens Jesus
    * Piccolo: O come, let us sing unto the Lord
    * Pitoni: Cantate Domino
    * Purcell: Rejoice in the Lord alway
    * Purcell: Thou knowest, Lord
    * Rutter: A Gaelic Blessing
    * Rutter: God be in my head
    * Saint-Saëns: Panis angelicus
    * Schubert: Where Thou reignest
    * Sch"utz: Praise to thee, Lord Jesus
    * Shephard: The secret of Christ
    * Somervell: O Saviour of the world
    * Stanford: Pray that Jerusalem
    * Sterndale Bennett: God is a spirit
    * Sterndale Bennett: O that I knew where I might find him!
    * Tallis: If ye love me
    * Tchaikovsky: Holy, Holy, Holy
    * Thatcher: Come, ye faithful
    * Tye: O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace
    * Vaughan Williams: Let us now praise famous men
    * Vaughan Williams: O how amiable
    * Victoria: Jesu dulcis memoria
    * Victoria: O quam gloriosum
    * Walford Davies: Blest are the pure in heart
    * Walford Davies: God be in my head
    * Wesley: Blessed be the God and Father
    * Wesley: Lead me, Lord
    * Wesley: O Lord my God
    * Wesley: Thou judge of quick and dead
    * Wesley: Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace
    * Wesley: Wash me throughly
    * Wise: Blessed is he that considereth
    * Wood: Never weather-beaten sail
    * Wood: O thou, the central orb
    * Wood: Oculi omnium